Paper or Papermaking

Carbon Costs are Coming: How Might They Impact Your Business?

The question is no longer a matter of if carbon costs will hit your bottom line, but when they will hit. Carbon costs are coming, and it is now evident that optimized sourcing in the future will require consideration of both traditional and environmental costs.

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Getting Color ‘In Line’

Today’s fast machines—and the many variables that can affect paper color—mean that inline color measurement is critical for paper manufacturers.

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Project Wolfpack Springs to Life

Green Bay Packaging’s new mill is a model of sustainability and a success story for the state of Wisconsin. Paper360° spoke to some of the major players about how they made it work during a very challenging year.

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How Digitalization Supports the Circular Economy Value Chain

This is the second part of a three-part series on the link between digitalization and sustainability in Europe’s forest product industries. The author explores how digitalization allows makers to exploit side streams for a circular economy and how new digital tools support tracking and transparency through the value chain.

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Industry 4.0: New Lexicon, No Limits

With a common lexicon developed by working professionals, the pulp and paper industry can lead the way in maximizing the benefits of amazing new digital technologies.

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